Provide families and supporters with information about childhood cancer, events and fundraisers, letters from patients and family members and much more.

Web Page & E-mail Communication
Provide families and supporters with up-to-date information about CCFSC, events and fundraisers, resources and much more.

Educational Support
Includes brochures, literature, and internet access.

"We Care" Gift Distribution
Weekly gift distribution for children in the hospital throughout the year. Birthday gifts as well as gifts for children receiving special procedures at the out-patient clinic are also provided.

Weekly Parent Breakfast Support Meeting
Weekly support meeting, including light breakfast items, provided to parents at the Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.

Two-bedroom House provides a home for parents to stay while their child is receiving treatment at no cost. The home was opened in 1981 and is called the Doug-Out. This home was named in remembrance of Doug York who lost his life to cancer.

Family Events
Childhood Cancer Foundation of So Cal hosts several Family events that provide emotional and social support to families. Events include: Christmas Celebration, Summer Picnic, Pumpkin Patch Party, Spring Egg Hunt, Family Camp, and Candle Lighting Ceremonies.

Special Events
Families receive opportunities to attend special events through generous donations. These events allow families to enjoy a day of happiness and create special memories to last a lifetime. Events include: Baseball Games, Basketball Games, special events, etc.

Emergency Assistance
Available to families with special needs; such as groceries, transport, clothing, etc.

Parent Pantry
Available to parents and visitor of patients on the Oncology/Hematology Unit of the Loma Linda University Children's Hospital.

Hospital Visitation
Newly diagnosed families are visited by a parent/family member of a child diagnosed with cancer. These visits are an opportunity to help families feel less isolated and alone in dealing with this disease.

Teen Connection
This program provides the teen with an opportunity to meet other teens who have had cancer. They participate in group discussion and activities/outings throughout the year.

Bereavement Assistance
Financial assistance for funeral services when needed.
Grief counseling provided in the greater Inland Empire area of San Bernardino County through partnership with Parents at A Loss Foundation. The PAAL program provides weekly parent support group counseling, grief counseling, resources and more. For information contact Antonio (Tony) Diaz at (909) 528-6229

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